“The wilderness holds answers to more questions than we have yet learned to ask.” – Nancy Wynne Newhall
This is Linkwasha. Peaceful. Natural.
Imagine sitting on the deck of you tent – your luxurious, beautifully appointed home away from home – glass of wine in hand (from your all inclusive mini bar), lounging comfortably in the warm evening breeze as the giant yellow African sun slowly descends against its fiery orange backdrop.
The chirping of the birds and the contented rumbles of conversation among elephants at the waterhole are the only sounds you hear. Serenely quiet.
Your mind drifts to all sorts of places, asking all kinds of questions, opening up to so many new thoughts, and you wonder where you ever found such peace – before Linkwasha.
As the sky explodes in an evening palette of yellow, orange and pink you watch the herds of zebra, wildebeest and impala walking purposefully across the plain towards the water.
A baboon troop comes in for their evening drink accompanied by the juveniles chattering and chasing each other with boundless energy, while a stork silently drifts down on outstretched wings from somewhere in the kaleidoscope of color above.
This is the end of every day in the wilderness. Teeming wildlife sharing the waterhole in quiet harmony before withdrawing to their safe havens for the night. For millennia it has always been this way, and yet in the evolution of life there is always something different.
For us too, as visitors in this eternal cycle of nature, the traditional ‘sundowners in the bush’ are a quiet time to celebrate another day of wonder, another day of new appreciation for this magnificent planet we share, and another day of understanding our responsibility to conserve it for ever.
We are so privileged to be here in this perfect place.
Linkwasha. Peaceful. Natural.
Imagine yourself here this November. Why not join us?